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Haku Maki

Japanese, 1924-2000

Maki Haku is the artistic name of Maejima Tadaaki, who was born in Ibaraki Prefecture. He was a sōsaku-hanga artist in the 20th century. During World War II, he was trained as a kamikaze pilot in the Japanese air force, but the war ended before he was assigned a mission. Haku had no formal art training but studied for two years with the sōsaku-hanga artist Onchi Kōshirō. In 1962, he started adding texture to his prints. In 1965, he began embossing designs into an unprinted paper by using a press to transfer a design created in cement on a carved plywood board and then adding color with stencils. Maki Haku participated in the Tokyo International Print Biennale in 1957–60. The Art Institute of Chicago, the Cincinnati Art Museum, the Honolulu Museum of Art, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, the Museum of Modern Art in New York and the Philadelphia Museum of Art are among the public collections holding prints by Maki Haku.

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Haku Maki Set of Four-Color Woodblock Prints, Japanese Tea Bowls
By Haku Maki
Located in Phoenix, AZ
Set of four Japanese color woodblocks with gold leaf and embossing by Japanese artist Haku Maki (1924-2000). Created circa the 1980s. Archivally framed and pencil signed lower righ...
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Haku Maki Signed Large Embossed Limited Edition Woodblock Print Work 74-64 Woman
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A wonderfully textured and embossed woodblock print by famed Japanese artist Haku Maki. The print is sealed with an artist's stamp, pencil signed, numbered (from an edition of 108...
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Haku Maki Signed Limited Edition Japanese Embossed Woodblock Print Poem 72-70
By Haku Maki
Located in Studio City, CA
A wonderfully textured, elegantly composed large embossed woodblock print by famed Japanese artist Haku Maki. The print is sealed with an artist's stamp, pencil signed, numbered (...
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Haku Maki Set of Twelve Miniature Color Woodblock Prints in Cloth Case
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Signed Haku Maki Japanese Woodblock "Poem 69-17"
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From the Poem collection of artist, Haku Maki 1924-2000. Signed and numbered in pencil. Edition 15/86. Color wood blocking with embossing. Measures (framed) 16" W x 21" H.
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